An offshoot of Bhutan Observer, Faces of Bhutan has maintained an intriguing combination of people journalism and scholarship to produce near-perfect articles about the culture of the Asian nation. In issue format, the magazine rolls out every 12 months in the interim of which is concise research by various top-notch correspondents from within and without the country. The magazine is very in-depth and linear thematically, touching off on a single major topic each publication session, with of course a few variations here and there. It explores the hidden meanings of the beliefs of the people, dissects their ideas and narrates on their intriguing and qualitatively very wonderful anecdotes. It is this interesting and scholarly coverage that makes the journal a true piece of representation on the cultural and social side of the Bhutan person. Faces of Bhutan is now available online in archival form, where you can browse at ease each successive issue.
The digital version of Faces of Bhutan is available on a subscription basis. You can retrieve the magazine online at $6.99 for each issue. The edition is available on an iPad format, a PC reading format, a Mac magazine subscription, an Android version and iPhone subscription.